In Hebron the children start their day going to school by facing a checkpoint, and the soldiers prevent them from passing, giving them orders to go home.
The children try to challenge the soldiers to pass the checkpoint.
Even younger ones try but in vain and they end up having their classes in the street by the checkpoint.
The boys try a little bit harder but they got shot at and some get arrested, yet in their eyes you see determination and dignity.
How can we turn a blind eye to these scenes?